Greenwood & Phinney RidgeEating Our Way Through Greenwood Ave: 9 of Our Very Favorite Restaurants for Takeout in Seattle’s Greenwood/Phinney Ridge Neighborhood
June 25, 2021
There is certainly no shortage of choice in Seattle’s Greenwood and nearby Phinney Ridge neighborhoods when it comes to dining out, and in this post, we’re focusing on what you can restaurants you can find right along Greenwood Ave (which turns into Phinney Ave N as you head south). Right along Greenwood Ave (which used to be known as “Miracle Mile” back in the day!), you’ve got access to foodie hangouts where you can choose from delectable small plates, dive bars with hearty pub food, flavor-packed eats from south of the border, impressive Asian cuisine to choose from… and much more.
Here are just a few of our favorite restaurants on Greenwood Ave:
Cocktails to go AND Cambodian/American fusion?! Yes, please! Currently, you can get several different types of spring rolls, rice bowls, curries, stews, and vermicelli noodle bowls to go from Oliver’s Twist, plus there’s a *huge* selection of fancy cocktails to choose from. Click here to check out the menu and order ahead!
Windy City Pie has a 4.5-star Yelp rating, so you KNOW they’re doing something right. Windy City Pie is serious about bringing Chicago-style pan deep-dish pizza to the Pacific Northwest, and you can read all about where they fit into the “Chicago-style deep-dish taxonomy” of pizzas here.
Thaiku is open 7 days a week for curbside delivery or in-store pickup (or delivery through apps), and this local Thai restaurant comes highly rated by The Seattle Times and The Stranger. Click here to browse the menu!
El Chupacabra prides themselves on their “overstuffed burritos, tasty tacos, and cheesy enchiladas” and not only do they use the “highest quality meat, dairy, and fresh produce available,” but their sauces, salsas, beans, rice, and meats are all prepared in house daily. Click here to check out the menuand start dreaming about your next takeout order…!
Open for takeout food, beer, and cocktails, The Whit’s End Bar is known for their gourmet hot dogs and now, for their *awesome* cocktails to go. You can find their hot dog menu on their website, but you’ll want to follow them on Facebook for updates on their cocktail concoctions.
Hearty sandwiches that’ll leave you feeling full (like really, REALLY full) and happy are what’s on the menu at Valhalla Sandwiches, and they’re the perfect thing to pickup to go. The Seattle Times, Seattle Eater, Seattle Met, and other local publications have all raved about this Greenwood hotspot, so you know you’ve gotta go!
Follow Valhalla Sandwiches on Facebook for updates on menu items and open hours.
Located at 7717 Greenwood Ave N. Seattle, WA 98103
Pete’s Egg Nest is that local go-to brunch spot that every neighborhood seems to have. You know, the place that serves up stacks of French toast, generous helpings of no-frills eggs and bacon, huge omelets you can’t finish on your own… yes, Pete’s Egg Nest is “Greenwood’s brunch place”! Click here to check out their menu and follow them on Facebook here for updates.
Gorgeous George’s is open for takeout daily from 4-9pm, and you’ll find satisfying Mediterranean classics on their menu including things like shish kebabs, shawarma, falafel platters, Greek salads, baklava, and much more. You can call them at (206) 783-0116 to place your takeout order.